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  1. Chunni/DuputtaAll is well. (literally means 'rising culture,' or 'high spirits,' or 'unbounded optimism'...it's a uniquely Sikh expression used to express not only 'no problem,' but also 'life is good,' 'can't complain,' 'just rosy,' etc.)

          

  2. Allu Ah-looPotato

          

  3. ParikarmaHot

          

  4. Na-mak or Nam-keenGolden Temple

          

  5. Nishaan SahibThe place where the Guru Granth Sahib is kept for viewing during the day

          

  6. Me theek hun. (pronounced meh theek huh)I am fine.

          

  7. Pa-ran-thathe marble walkway surrounding the Golden Temple

          

  8. Prashadblessing (also a sweet whole wheat offering meant to be eaten)

          

  9. SwadDelicious

          

  10. SarovarPool (lit. pool of nectar)

          

  11. Me Amreeka to hun.How are you?

          

  12. DudhSpicy (chili)

          

  13. Kul-chasweet milky tea (chai)

          

  14. SevaDelicious

          

  15. Darbar SahibThe place where the Guru Granth Sahib is kept for viewing during the day

          

  16. Dhanyawad (or dhan-wad)Thank you

          

  17. Bathroom kitthey heh?Where is the bathroom?

          

  18. Chasweet milky tea (chai)

          

  19. Harmandar SahibThe place where the Guru Granth Sahib is kept for viewing during the day

          

  20. HukamnamaHot

          

  21. NimbooLemon

          

  22. Dha-eeWater

          

  23. Ah-drikGinger

          

  24. Chee-neeYoghurt (aka "Curd")

          

  25. PaneeWater

          

  26. Shukriya (or shoo-kree-aa)Thank you

          

  27. Maaf karna (pronounced maaf kerna)Excuse me (or sorry)

          

  28. Mera naa ________ heh.My name is _______.

          

  29. Meherbani (or mehrbanee)Golden Temple

          

  30. Tuada naa kee heh?How are you?

          

  31. Pugree/Dastaarblessing (also a sweet whole wheat offering meant to be eaten)

          

  32. LussenWater

          

  33. ChaulRice

          

  34. MirchHot

          

  35. GaramPool (lit. pool of nectar)

          

  36. Guru Granth SahibSikh Holy Book, considered a "Living Guru" to be respected by maintaining reverent behavior in its presence (ones head should be covered/no shoes)

          

  37. PyaazHot

          

  38. Tussi kitto(n) ho?What is your name?

          

  39. Chardi kalaathe marble walkway surrounding the Golden Temple

          

  40. Sat Sri Akal (pronounced sut sree aakaal)Greeting that Sikhs use meaning 'truth is timeless'

          

  41. Kee haal heh?How are you?